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Definitions for marches
ˈmɑr tʃɪz; lɛ ˈmɑr kɛmarch·es

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Marche, Marchesnoun

    a region in central Italy

Wiktionary

  1. marchesnoun

    the area along a border

Wikipedia

  1. marches

    In medieval Europe, a march or mark was, in broad terms, any kind of borderland, as opposed to a national "heartland". More specifically, a march was a border between realms or a neutral buffer zone under joint control of two states in which different laws might apply. In both of these senses, marches served a political purpose, such as providing warning of military incursions or regulating cross-border trade. Marches gave rise to titles such as marquess (masculine) or marchioness (feminine) in England, marqués (masculine) and marquesa (feminine) in Spanish-speaker countries, as well as in the Catalan and Galician regions, marquês (masculine) and marquesa (feminine) in Portuguese-speaker countries, markesa (both masculine and feminine) in Euskadi, marquis (masculine) or marquise (feminine) in France and Scotland, margrave (German: Markgraf, lit. 'march count'; masculine) or margravine (German: Markgräfin, lit. 'march countess', feminine) in Germany, and corresponding titles in other European states.

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  1. marches

    Marches refer to organized, planned walks usually conducted by a large group of people with a common purpose or cause, often related to politics or social issues. This act is considered a form of protest or demonstration. The term can also refer to walking in a military manner with a regular measured tread. Furthermore, "marches" can describe border areas between two countries or regions. In music, a march is a piece of music with a strong regular rhythm, usually composed for marching to and often performed by a marching band.

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. marches

    Borders or confines of a country, as the marches of Ancona, &c.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. marches

    A frontier, a border. In English history, the boundary between England and Wales, also between England and Scotland.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of marches in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of marches in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of marches in a Sentence

  1. The New York Times:

    The Hub Project’s activities include organizing paid advertising campaigns thatcriticized Republican congressional candidatesin 2018, as well as aseries of marches in 2017that called on then-President Donald J. Trump to release his tax returns.

  2. Mario Baron:

    The forest marches towards its grave.

  3. H. Jackson Brown, Jr.:

    Luck marches with those who give their very best

  4. Kumar Kunwar:

    There are the activists, but there are also people following behind, white people, black people, who are looking at opportunities for robbery, i wish people would realize that when they schedule these marches.

  5. Shannon Watts:

    As we've seen gun extremism continue to rise in this country, we've also seen people who open carry start out at marches and rallies and then show up in elected officials' homes, in polling places, statehouses and then on January 6th at the US Capitol.

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